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  1. Hi All, I am living in Nepal and my wife is in Darwin, Australia. I was rejected my visa application twice. First rejection : Applied for dependent Visa. (My wife had Student visa) Reason for refusal : Our marriage date was after her visa application and 3 days before her visa grant. They mentioned that we should have at least emailed them about the marriage but we were not aware that we need to do so. Second Rejection : Applied for joint PR (She got the PR and i was rejected.) Reason : They had doubt in our relationship. It had been three years since she left for Australia. But she had not returned in Nepal once. She was having difficult time studying so she used those semester breaks to study and work. Additional Details : When the home affairs mentioned that we were lacking evidence the consultancy suggested her to visit me and we did. But home affairs mentioned that this visit was just done after they asked for evidence. Query : Now next suggestion was to apply for Partner visa. Should i directly apply for that now? I am not sure because as of now i think our condition remains same.(Lack of evidence). I was thinking to visit her with Tourist visa and live with her for some time and apply for it but this COVID has blocked all passages. Now i am just afraid if this increasing long distance gap will create another trouble. Some evidence i have : All Chat details. Joint account in Nepal. Some money transactions that she sent her.
  2. Yes i do have the exact notice. The reason was She applied for her visa and then after a week we got married. 2 days after that her visa got accepted. But the problem they mentioned was that we did not send the information that we are married in those two days(just before visa got accepted). So it looked like that we were married when she got the visa but she did not mention about me anywhere in her visa application.
  3. She will be completing her Masters in July from CDU in NT. She is about to give PTE this month.
  4. My Wife is in Australia under Study visa subclass 500. Her visa would end on August first week but i am still in Nepal. We got married after she applied for the student visa and 2 days before her visa got accepted. I had applied for Dependent visa but got rejected telling that we did not inform about our marriage before her visa got approved.Now after nearly 2 years, We want to apply for Permanent residency. Is it possible for her to apply for the PR including me? Will there be any complications?
  5. Yes i am the Dependent of the Visa applicant. She is my Wife. We married on the date mentioned in my question.(Just 3 days before her student visa was granted). Once she flew to Australia she changed her status to Married. Then i applied for dependent visa but was rejected. Reason was that our marriage date is 3 days prior to her visa granted date. and we should have at least mailed the AHC about our marriage before visa was granted. What should be the next step from us?
  6. My Visa as a dependent (Subclass 500) was rejected after 7 long months of processing because we failed to inform the AHC about our marriage when her visa was under process. She was unmarried while applying for her student visa. She married me after a month of her visa application and her visa was granted in next 3 days. Due to post marriage rituals and stuffs we were not able to inform the AHC about her marriage before visa was granted. After few months she changed her marital status and i applied for dependent visa. But after 7 months of waiting for my visa result, they rejected my visa with a reason that i did not meet requirement regulation of 500.311 which states that for me to apply as dependent visa: Either i should be married before her visa was granted and mentioned/informed by her to AHC. Or i should have married her after her visa was granted and she has changed her status to married before i applied for visa. After asking the AHC for probable solution for this they are not giving me any answers, they just say that I can reapply for dependent visa but not sure it will be accepted and also not sure if it will not take 7 more moths. She can reapply her visa this time including me as her dependent. Is there any way to solve this problem? If dependent reapply then the problem is still there and we still fail that criteria and also it might take 7 more months which is a lot provided that she only has about 14 months of her visa remaining. In desperate Need of help.
  7. My Visa as a dependent (Subclass 500) was rejected after 7 long months of processing because we failed to inform the AHC about our marriage when her visa was under process. She was unmarried while applying for her student visa. She married me after a month of her visa application and her visa was granted in next 3 days. Due to post marriage rituals and stuffs we were not able to inform the AHC about her marriage before visa was granted. After few months she changed her marital status and i applied for dependent visa. But after 7 months of waiting for my visa result, they rejected my visa with a reason that i did not meet requirement regulation of 500.311 which states that for me to apply as dependent visa: Either i should be married before her visa was granted and mentioned/informed by her to AHC. Or i should have married her after her visa was granted and she has changed her status to married before i applied for visa. After asking the AHC for probable solution for this they are not giving me any answers, they just say that I can reapply for dependent visa but not sure it will be accepted and also not sure if it will not take 7 more moths. She can reapply her visa this time including me as her dependent. Is there any way to solve this problem? If dependent reapply then the problem is still there and we still fail that criteria and also it might take 7 more months which is a lot provided that she only has about 14 months of her visa remaining. In desperate Need of help.
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